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15 August, 2019 - 19:56 By Tony Quested

Amsterdam acquisition to accelerate Amino growth

Cambridge-based Amino Communications has acquired privately-held Amsterdam headquartered 24i, an industry leading provider of online video solutions and services.

The acquisition will allow Amino to broaden and deepen its TV and online video solution portfolio to further its high-growth strategic evolution.

IPTV pioneer, Amino (a wholly-owned subsidiary of AIM-listed Amino Technologies PLC) is a global leader in media and entertainment technology solutions. working with over 250 operators in 100-plus countries.

Amino CEO Donald McGarva said: “The fast-growing 24i is a great strategic acquisition for us, moving us closer to a decisive market leadership position. 

“Not only does 24i’s leadership in UI/UX and TV/Online video Apps complement our product line-up, but 24i also shares our vision of where the industry is headed, and the agility and culture of innovation required to get it there profitably.”

24i’s technology framework and portfolio of products and services power the video experiences of leading entertainment brands around the world, including NPO, iflix, KPN, PureFlix, RTE, NLZIET, Fox Sports, Globo and Sinclair Broadcasting Services. 

Martijn van Horssen, 24i Media’s CEO said: “In a rapidly changing industry, Amino and 24i are joining forces to innovate and create disruptive video experiences. 

“With our combined technology stacks and highly professional and motivated teams, our post-acquisition mission remains exactly the same: to provide the solutions and services that innovate video experiences across all TV platforms on any device to enable Amino customers to deliver valuable consumer engagements.

“The broadcast and online video market is undergoing rapid change, but not every media business is at the same place on the disruption curve taking the industry from broadcast and hardware to streaming and cloud hosted video platforms. It’s our strategic aim to provide solutions to media businesses and operators at many points along the curve. ”

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